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iplog default values

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ip-log

Below are the default values for iplog in AIP-SSM. Does it mean that iplog is inactive because ip-log-packets/bytes is '0', i.e. whichever value is reached first, the iplog stops. Please confirm. Also please advise what are the recommended values for iplog parameters.

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ip-log-packets: 0 <defaulted>

ip-log-time: 30 <defaulted>

ip-log-bytes: 0 <defaulted>

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Re: iplog default values

To start IP logging on a virtual sensor, use the iplog command in privileged EXEC mode. Use the no form of this command to disable all logging sessions on a virtual sensor, a particular logging session based on log-id, or all logging sessions.

minutes - Duration the logging should be active, in minutes. Valid range is 1-60. Default is 10 minutes.

numPackets - Total number of packets to log. Valid range is 0-4294967295. Default is 1000 packets. A value of 0 indicates unlimited.

numBytes - Total number of bytes to log. Valid range is 0-4294967295. A value of 0 indicates unlimited

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